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Vheissu

Thrice Audio CD
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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1. Image Of The Invisible
2. Between The End And Where We Live
3. The Earth Will Shake
4. Atlantic
5. For Miles
6. Hold Fast Hope
7. Music Box
8. Like Moths To Flame
9. Of Dust and Nations
10. Stand And Feel Your Worth
11. Red Sky

Product Description

Product Description

Thrice is back with the follow up to Artist in the Ambulance with Vheissu. Features the single 'Image of the Invisible'. Produced by Steve Osborne (Massive Attack, U2).

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5.0 out of 5 stars A different direction for an amazing band Oct. 18 2005
Format:Audio CD
First off, it's worth noting that there are going to be a lot of 1 star reviews of this album from fans expecting another "Illusion of Safety" or "Artist and the Ambulance". Both of those albums were excellent CDs filled with some of the best hardcore music on the market. For "Vheissu", Thrice has done something completely different and a lot of people will be disappointed. However, Thrice fans who can listen to this disc with an open mind will find an incredible disc from a band whose songwriting abilities have grown in leaps and bounds. It's a lot slower than some of their other works, but also a lot more challenging. Thrice has made one of the most compelling albums of the year which, while not perfect, offers enough "Oh my God, did I just hear that?" moments to warrant a 5 star review. Track breakdown:
1. Image Of The Invisible: Great, high energy way to start the album. The first single and one of my favorites (9/10)
2. Between The End And Where We Lie: Shifting gears a little bit to a song that's probably the most "mainstream" offering on the album. Still, it's tight, catchy, and well written (8/10)
3. The Earth Will Shake: Very cool track with a dark melody and crunching guitars that kind of reminds me of the sensation of being dragged through the mud. This also marks the first appearance of Dustin's signature growl on the album (10/10)
4. Atlantic: A pretty song, not poorly written by any stretch, but I'm not super crazy about it. Has the potential to go somewhere but never really gets off the ground (5/10)
5. For Miles: By far my favorite song on the CD. Starts out sounding like a piano ballad and ends with one of the heaviest riffs on the whole album.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing New Direction Nov. 3 2005
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
First off thrice has always been an amazing band to listen to. They have sounded from punk-metal-emo. They truly are a winnig combination and sound different from most copy cat bands out there. This new cd Vheissu goes in a whole new way dirrection. What it gives us is a brnad new more melodic expeiramental thrice. This cd at first takes getting use to, but i find after a few listens maybe two or three im sure you will fall in love with the album. Now some people will not agree with me and that's fine cause they have there own thoughts but let me say that thrice is still heavy enough but now produces a more mature sound. Personally i would still say thrice's best cd would be artist in the ambulance but hey this is still amazing much like it or about the same. Also thrice serperates the good from the crap all these little poser kids liking fall out boy and simple plan really know nothing about good music and quality of it a lesson can be learned by listen to real talent congrats to thrice and thank you for putting out this amazing album.!!!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Change of Style Oct. 22 2005
By James
Format:Audio CD
I got into Thrice a few years back with 'Identity Crisis' and 'Illusion of Safety' which are two amazing cd's that showed Thrice's hard rocking, unique Style. Then came 'The Artist In The Ambulance', where in my opinion they lost their unique, diverse sound which I loved so much. Thrice has really pushed there sound to something new on this disc compared to their previous releases which were really good, but not as deep as this. The experimentation with effects like on 'music box' which has a creepy music box sound repeating. For me it is taking a while to get into Vheissu, which I have listened to about ten times now, I think it's one of those things that grows on you. Personally I do not find this album as groundbreaking, so far, as some other reviewers I have read, but for me Vheissu is Thrice progressing there sound to a much higher level than I thought possible. This gives me a good feeling about where Thrice will go in the future, they have opened up a lot of possibility's which I hope they use. I can't tell anyone what to think of Vheissu, just to check it out if their interested. Standout tracks include: between the end and where we lie, the earth will shake, of dust of nations and red sky.
If anyone is looking to expand there musical experience I would also try checking out 'TOOL' or 'THE MARS VOLTA' which are two very unique bands.
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5.0 out of 5 stars New Direction, New Perfection Oct. 18 2005
By Thomas
Format:Audio CD
This is (as the title implies), a step in a new direction for Thrice. I have been a fan since day one (Identity Crisis), and they continue to amaze me. Dustin & Teppei are really starting to develop and hone their songwriting skills, and are also exploring more slowed down songs (while maintaining that classic Thrice intensity). The use of piano on 'For Miles' is beautiful. More notable tracks are 'Atlantic', 'Hold Fast Hope', & obviously "Image of the Invisible.' If you like Thrice, you won't be disappointed; in fact, I believe you'll be amazed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Greatness Oct. 28 2005
By Mike
Format:Audio CD
After hearing the first single, "Image of the invisible", I expected the rest of the cd to sound similar to it, but Thrice really changes their sound from their previous cd's and it was a risky move well done. It is finally good to have a cd that doesn't sound like everything else. They're in Montreal right now playing a show and it's a shame that I didn't get to go see them. I would really like to see how they perform teh new stuff live. This is possibly the best cd i purchased in 2005.
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